News Release | Environment Massachusetts

River advocate arrives in Boston after canoe trip across state for clean water

Nearly a month after departing from Sheffield on a statewide canoe journey, Denny Alsop, a 69-year-old grandfather from the Berkshires, arrived on the banks of the Charles River in downtown Boston.

News Release | Environment Massachusetts

Solar caps lifted, but more work to do

After more than a year of campaigning by environmental activists and business leaders, Governor Charlie Baker signed a bill to expand a key solar program today.

News Release | Environment Massachusetts

Solar bill headed to Governor’s desk

After months of deadlock over the future of solar energy, the Massachusetts Senate passed a compromise bill today to lift caps on a key solar program.

News Release | Environment Massachusetts

On anniversary of solar caps, yet another obstacle to clean energy

Families and businesses hoping to switch to solar energy were dealt another setback yesterday, when a key solar program hit its cap for towns and cities served by Eversource.

News Release | Environment Massachusetts

Clean energy can meet 100 percent of our needs, experts say

With Massachusetts’ energy future up for debate on Beacon Hill, advocates and experts released a paper today arguing that a society powered by 100 percent renewable energy, such as solar and wind, is within reach.

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